10th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Computing, Networking and Services

December 2–4, 2013 | Tokyo, Japan

For the final program in full, please check Final Program in Full.pdf

Main Conference Sessions

Session 1: Sensor and Sensing

(13:00-14:30, Dec. 2, Monday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Simon Shamoun, Bar Ilan University, Israel

OPSitu: A Semantic-Web Based Situation Inference Tool Under Opportunistic Sensing Paradigm

Jiangtao wang - Peking university

Yasha Wang - Peking University

Yuanduo He - Peking university

 

Model-Driven Public Sensing in Sparse Networks

Damian Philipp - University of Stuttgart

Jaroslaw Stachowiak - University of Stuttgart

Frank Duerr - University of Stuttgart

Kurt Rothermel - University of Stuttgart

 

An Integrated WSN and Mobile Robot System for Agriculture and Environment Applications

Hong Zhou  - The University of Southern Queensland

Haixia Qi – The University of Southern Queensland

Thomas Banhazi – The University of Southern Queensland

Tobias Low - The University of Southern Queensland

 

Sensor Deployment in Bayesian Compressive Sensing Based Environmental Monitoring

Chao Wu - Imperial College London

Di Wu – Imperial College London

Shuilin Yan – Imperial College London

Yike Guo - Imperial College London

 

A Mobile Agents Control Scheme for Multiple Sinks in Dense Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks

Keisuke Goto - Osaka University, Japan

Yuya Sasaki – Osaka University, Japan

Takahiro Hara - Osaka University, Japan

Shojiro Nishio - Osaka University, Japan

Session 2: Data Analysis

 (14:45-16:15, Dec. 2, Monday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Prasenjit Dey, IBM Research, India

Highly Distributable Associative Memory Based Computational Framework for Parallel Data Processing in Cloud

Amir Hossein Basirat  - Clayton School of IT, Monash University

Asad I. Khan  - Clayton School of IT, Monash University

Balasubramaniam Srinivasan  - Clayton School of IT, Monash University

 

MobiPLACE*: A Distributed Framework for Spatio-Temporal Data Streams Processing Utilizing Mobile Clients' Processing Power

Victor Zakhary  - Alexandria University

Hicham Elmongui  - Alexandria University

Magdy Nagi  - Alexandria University

 

Modelling Energy-Aware Task Allocation in Mobile Workflows

Bo Gao  - University of Warwick

Ligang He  - University of Warwick

 

Recognition of Periodic Behavioral Patterns from Streaming Mobility Data

Mitra Baratchi  - University of Twente

Nirvana Meratnia  - University of Twente

Paul J.M. Havinga - University of Twente

 

Detection of Real-Time Intentions from Micro-blogs

Nilanjan Banerjee  - IBM Research - India, New Delhi

Dipanjan Chakraborty  - IBM Research - India, New Delhi

Sumit Mittal  - IBM Research - India, New Delhi

 

 

Session 3: Localization and Location

(16:30-18:00, Dec. 2, Monday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Yuanfang Chen, Institute Mines-Telecom and University Pierre-and-Marie-Curie, France

Fast and Accurate Wi-Fi Localization in Large-Scale Indoor Venues

Seokseong Jeon  - ITCE, POSTECH

Young-Joo Suh  - ITCE, POSTECH

Chansu Yu  - ECE, Cleveland State University

Dongsoo Han  - CS, KAIST

 

Reality Mining: Digging the Impact of Friendship and Location on Crowd Behavior

Yuanfang Chen  - Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom SudParis, France

Antonio Ortiz - Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom SudParis, France

Noel Crespi - Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom SudParis, France

Lei Shu  - Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology, China

Lin Lv  - School of Software, Dalian University of Technology, China

 

Robust Overlay Routing in Structured, Location Aware Mobile Peer-to-Peer Systems

Christian Gottron - TU-Darmstadt

Sonja Bergsträßer - TU-Darmstadt

Ralf Steinmetz  - TU-Darmstadt

 

Crossroads: A Framework for Developing Proximity-based Social Interactions

Chieh-Jan Mike Liang  - Microsoft Research Asia

Haozhun Jin  - Tsinghua University

Yang Yang  - Tsinghua University

Li Zhang  - University of Science and Technology

Feng Zhao  - Microsoft Research Asia

 

Merging Inhomogeneous Proximity Sensor Systems for Social Network Analysis

Amir Muaremi - Wearable Computing Lab, ETH Zurich

Franz Gravenhorst - Wearable Computing Lab, ETH Zurich

Julia Seiter- Wearable Computing Lab, ETH Zurich

Agon Bexheti - Articial Intelligence Laboratory, EPFL

Bert Arnrich - Computer Engineering Department, Bogazici University,

Gerhard Troester - Wearable Computing Lab, ETH Zurich

Session 4: Development and Measurement

(13:00-14:30, Dec. 3, Tuesday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Salil Kanhere, University of New South Wales, Australia

Device Analyzer: Understanding smartphone usage

Daniel Wagner  - University of Cambridge

Andrew Rice  - University of Cambridge

Alastair Beresford  - University of Cambridge

 

Evaluation of energy profiles for mobile video prefetching in generalized stochastic access channels

Alisa Devlic  - Mobile Service Lab, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Kista, Sweden

Pietro Lugaro  - Mobile Service Lab, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Kista, Sweden

Zary Segall  - Mobile Service Lab, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Kista, Sweden

Konrad Tollmar  - Mobile Service Lab, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Kista, Sweden

 

MITATE: Mobile Internet Testbed for Application Traffic Experimentation

Utkarsh Goel  - Montana State University

Ajay Miyyapuram  - Montana State University

Mike Wittie  - Montana State University

Qing Yang  - Montana State University

 

Declarative Programming for Mobile Crowdsourcing: Energy Considerations and Applications

Jurairat Phuttharak  - Department of Computer Science & Computer Engineering, La Trobe Univerity, VIC, 3086, Australia

Seng Loke  - Department of Computer Science & Computer Engineering, La Trobe Univerity, VIC, 3086, Australia

 

Types in their Prime: Sub-typing of Data in Resource Constrained Environments

Klaas Thoelen  - iMinds-DistriNet, KU Leuven

Davy Preuveneers  - iMinds-DistriNet, KU Leuven

Wouter Joosen  - iMinds-DistriNet, KU Leuven

Danny Hughes  - iMinds-DistriNet, KU Leuven

Session 5: Security and Privacy (I)

(14:45-16:15, Dec. 3, Tuesday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Takahiro Hara, Osaka University, Japan

Privacy-aware Trust-based Recruitment in Social Participatory Sensing

Haleh Amintoosi  - The University of New South Wales

Salil S. Kanhere  - The University of New South Wales

 

Privacy-Preserving Calibration for Participatory Sensing

Kevin Wiesner  - LMU Munich

Florian Dorfmeister  - LMU Munich

Claudia Linnhoff-Popien  - LMU Munich

 

Complexity of distance fraud attacks in graph-based distance bounding

Rolando Trujillo-Rasua  - University of Luxembourg

 

Protecting Movement Trajectories through Fragmentation

Marius Wernke - University of Stuttgart (IPVS)

Frank Dürr - University of Stuttgart (IPVS)

Kurt Rothermel - University of Stuttgart (IPVS)

 

Trust-Based, Privacy-Preserving Context Aggregation and Sharing in Mobile Ubiquitous Computing

Michael Xing  - The University of Texas at Austin

Christine Julien  - The University of Texas at Austin

Session 6: RFID

(16:30-18:00, Dec. 3, Tuesday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Chris Gniady, University of Arizona, USA

A Novel Approach for Addressing Wandering Off Elderly Using Low Cost Passive RFID Tags

Mingyue Zhou  - Auto-ID Lab, The School of Computer Science, The University of Adelaide, SA 5005

Damith Ranasinghe  - Auto-ID Lab, The School of Computer Science, The University of Adelaide, SA 5005

 

Focus and Shoot: Efficient Identification over RFID Tags in the Specified Area

Yafeng Yin - State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University, China

Lei Xie  - State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University, China

Jie Wu  - Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Temple University, USA

Athanasios Vasilakos  - University of Western Macedonia, Greece

Sanglu Lu  - State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University, China

 

Middleware - software support in items identification by using the UHF RFID technology

Peter Kolarovszki  - Research and education at University of Zilina

Juraj Vaculik  - Research and education at University of Zilina

 

A Wearable RFID System for Real-time Activity Recognition using Radio Patterns

Liang Wang  - State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University

Tao Gu  - School of Computer Science and Information Technology, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Hongwei Xie  - State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University

Xianping Tao  - State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University

Jian Lu  - State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University

Yu Huang  - State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University

 

Evaluation of Wearable Sensor Tag Data Segmentation Approaches for Real Time Activity Classification in Elderly

Roberto Luis Shinmoto Torres  - University of Adelaide

Damith C. Ranasinghe  - University of Adelaide

Qinfeng Shi - University of Adelaide

Session 7: Application

(10:00-12:00, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Damith Ranasinghe, The University of Adelaide, Australia

MobiSLIC: Content-aware Energy Saving for Educational Videos on Mobile Devices

Qiyam Tung  - University of Arizona

Maximiliano Korp  - University of Arizona

Alon Efrat  - University of Arizona

Chris Gniady  - University of Arizona

Kobus Barnard  - University of Arizona

 

An Un-tethered Mobile Shopping Experience

Venkatraman Ramakrishna - IBM India Research Laboratory
Saurabh Srivastava - IBM India Research Laboratory
Jerome White - IBM India Research Laboratory
Nitendra Rajput - IBM India Research Laboratory
Kundan Shrivastava - IBM India Research Laboratory
Sourav Bhattacharya - IBM India Research Laboratory
Yetesh Chaudhary - Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

 

Gestyboard BackTouch 1.0: Two-Handed Backside Blind-Typing on mobile Touch-Sensitive Surfaces

Tayfur Coskun - Technische Universität München
Christoph Bruns - Technische Universität München
Amal Benzina - Technische Universität München
Manuel Huber - Technische Universität München
Patrick Maier - Technische Universität München
Marcus Tönnis - Technische Universität München
Gudrun Klinker  - Technische Universität München

 

Passive, device-free recognition on your mobile phone: tools, features and a case-study

Stephan Sigg - National Institute of Informatics
Mario Hock - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Markus Scholz - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Lars Wolf - TU Braunschweig
Yusheng Ji - National Institute of Informatics
Michael Beigl - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Gerhard Tröster - ETH Zurich

 

AcTrak - Unobtrusive Activity Detection and Step Counting using Smartphones

Vivek Chandel - Tata Consultancy Services
Anirban Dutta Choudhury - Tata Consultancy Services
Avik Ghose - Tata Consultancy Services
Chirabrata Bhaumik - Tata Consultancy Services

 

Practical image-enhanced LBS for AR applications

Antonio Ruiz-Ruiz  - University of Murcia
Pedro Lopez-de-Teruel - University of Murcia
Oscar Canovas  - University of Murcia

 

Appstrument - A unified App Instrumentation and automated playback framework for testing mobile applications

Vikrant Nandakumar  - IBM Research, India

Vijay Ekambaram  - IBM Research, India

Vivek Sharma  - IBM Research, India

Session 8: Security and Privacy (II)

(13:00-14:30, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Shuang Li, Goolge Inc., U.S.A

A Layered Secret Sharing Scheme for Automated Profile Sharing in OSN Groups

Guillaume Smith  - NICTA, UNSW, ISAE, Universite de Toulouse

Roksana Boreli  - NICTA, UNSW

Mohamed Ali Kaafar - NICTA, INRIA France

 

Distributed Key Certification using Accumulators for Wireless Sensor Networks

Jun-Young Bae (jun-) - LIG

Claude Castelluccia  - INRIA

Cédric Lauradoux  - INRIA

Franck Rousseau  - LIG

 

On Malware Leveraging the Android Accessibility Framework

Joshua Kraunelis  - Computer Science Department, University of Massachusetts Lowell

yinjie chen  - Computer Science Department, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Zhen Ling  - Southeast University, China

Xinwen Fu  - Computer Science Department, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Wei Zhao  - University of Macau, China

 

Sate Reparametrization of Component-based WSNs

Wilfried Daniels  - iMinds - DistriNet

Pedro Javier del Cid Garcia  - iMinds - DistriNet

Wouter Joosen  - iMinds - DistriNet

Danny Hughes  - iMinds - DistriNet

 

Toward agent based inter-VM traffic authentication in a Cloud environment

Karim Benzidane - Hassan II University

Saad Khoudali  - Hassan II University

Abderrahim Sekkaki - Hassan II University

Session 9: Wireless Communications and Networking

(14:45-16:15, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Deze Zeng, The University of Aizu, Japan

Adaptive Wireless Networks as an Example of Declarative Fractionated Systems

Jong-Seok Choi - Kyungkook National University
Tim McCarthy - SRI International
Minyoung Kim - SRI International
Mark-Oliver Stehr - SRI International

 

Elastic Ring Search for Ad Hoc Networks

Simon Shamoun - Bar Ilan University
David Sarne - Bar Ilan University

Steven Goldfeder - Princeton University

 

Suitability of a common ZigBee radio module for interaction and ADL detection

Jakob Neuhaeuser - TU München: The Entrepreneurial University

Tim C. Lueth - TU München: The Entrepreneurial University

Lorenzo T. D’Angelo - TU München: The Entrepreneurial University

 

The Need for QoE-driven Interference Management in Femtocell-Overlaid Cellular Networks

Dimitris Tsolkas - University of Athens
Eirini Liotou - University of Athens
Nikos Passas - University of Athens
Lazaros Merakos - University of Athens

 

Modeling Guaranteed Delay of Virtualized Wireless Networks Using Network Calculus

Jia Liu - Hunan Normal University, Changsha, China

Lianming Zhang - Hunan Normal University, Changsha, China

Kun Yang - University of Essex, Colchester. United Kingdom

Session 10: Context-awareness

(16:30-18:00, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Room FOYER)

Session Chair: Alisa Devlic, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

A Data Distribution Model for Large-scale Context Aware Systems

Chattopadhyay Soumi  - Indian Statistical Institute

Banerjee Ansuman  - Indian Statistical Institute

Banerjee Nilanjan  - IBM Research India

 

EduBay: A Mobile-Based, Location-Aware Content Sharing Platform

Amit Mohan  - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Prasenjit Dey  - IBM Research

Nitendra Rajput  - IBM Research

 

Enhancing Context-Aware Applications Accuracy with Position Discovery

Khaled Alanezi  - Colorado University at Boulder

Shivakant Mishra  - Colorado University at Boulder

 

How’s My Driving? A Spatio-Semantic Analysis of Driving Behavior with Smartphone Sensors

Nilanjan Banerjee - IBM Research - India
Dipyaman Banerjee - IBM Research - India
Dipanjan Chakraborty - IBM Research - India
Sumit Mittal - IBM Research - India
Aakash Iyer - IBM Research – India

 

Impact of Contextual Factors on Smartphone Applications Use

Artur Kronbauer - UNEB / Salvador University

Santos, Celso, Alberto Saibel - UFES/Federal University of Espírito Santo

Short-paper Session 1

(13:00-14:30, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Room 3F)

Session Chair: Doan B. Hoang, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia

A Highly Accurate Method for Managing Missing Reads in RFID Enabled Asset Tracking

Rengamathi Sankarkumar  - University of Adelaide, Australia

Damith Ranasinghe - University of Adelaide, Australia

Thuraiappah Sathyan - University of Adelaide, Australia

 

A New Method for Automated GUI Modeling of Mobile Applications

Jing Xu - University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA

Xiang Ding - University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA

Guanling Chen - University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA

Jill Drury - University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA

Linzhang Wang - Nanjing University, China

Xuandong Li - Nanjing University, China

 

Towards Augmenting Legacy Websites with Context-awareness

Darren Carlson  - National University of Singapore

Lukas Ruge  - University of Luebeck

 

Improving Mobile Video Streaming with Mobility Prediction and Prefetching in Integrated Cellular-WiFi Networks

Vasilios Siris  - Athens University of Economics and Business

Maria Anagnostopoulou  - Athens University of Economics and Business

Dimitris Dimopoulos  - Athens University of Economics and Business

 

Integration and Evolution of Data Mining Models in Ubiquitous Health Telemonitoring Systems

Vladimer Kobayashi - Université Jean Monnet

Pierre Maret - Université Jean Monnet

Fabrice Muhlenbach - Université Jean Monnet

Pierre-René Lhérisson - Université Jean Monnet

 

ITS-light: Adaptive lightweight scheme to resource optimize intelligent transportation tracking system (ITS) Customizing CoAP for opportunistic optimization

Soma Bandyopadhyay  - Tata Consultancy Services

Abhijan Bhattacharyya  - Tata Consultancy Services

Arpan Pal  - Tata Consultancy Services

 

MELON: A Persistent Message-Based Communication Paradigm for MANETs

Justin Collins  - University of California, Los Angeles

Rajive Bagrodia  - University of California, Los Angeles

Short-paper Session 2

(14:45-16:15, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Room 3F)

Session Chair: Mohd Izuan Hafez Ninggal, Deakin University, Australia

MVPTrack: Energy-Efficient Places and Motion States Tracking

Chunhui Zhang  - UMass Lowell

Ke Huang  - UMass Lowell

Guanling Chen  - UMass Lowell

 

Neighbourhood-Pair Attack in Social Network Data Publishing

Mohd Izuan Hafez NINGGAL  - Deakin University

Jemal Abawajy  - Deakin University

 

On-demand Mobile Charger Scheduling for Effective Coverage in Wireless Rechargeable Sensor Networks

Lintong Jiang  - State Key Lab for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University, CHINA

Haipeng Dai  - State Key Lab for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University, CHINA

Xiaobing Wu  - State Key Lab for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University, CHINA

Guihai Chen  - State Key Lab for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing University, CHINA

 

RSS based Cell Fingerprint Patterns and Algorithms for Cell Identification in the Context of Self-organized Energy Saving

Elke Roth-Mandutz - TU Ilmenau

Stephen Mwanje - TU Ilmenau

Andreas Mitschele-Thiel - TU Ilmenau

 

Tailoring Activity Recognition to Provide Cues that Trigger Autobiographical Memory of Elderly People

Lorena Arcega  - Universidad San Jorge

Jaime Font  - Universidad San Jorge

Carlos Cetina  - Universidad San Jorge

 

Two-way communications through firewalls using QLM messaging

Sylvain Kubler  - Aalto University

Manik Madhikermi  - Aalto University

Andrea Buda  - Aalto University

Kary Framling  - Aalto University

 

Towards a Privacy Risk Assessment Methodology for Location-Based Systems

Jesus Friginal - LAAS-CNRS

Jeremie Guiochet - LAAS-CNRS

Marc-Olivier Killijian - LAAS-CNRS

Workshop Program

1. Keynote speech

(10:00~10:45, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Room 3F)

Title: Technical trend for RAN capacity increase in Future Radio Access (FRA)

Speaker: Hidetoshi KAYAMA, DOCOMO Beijing Communications Laboratories Co. Ltd.

 

2. Paper presentation

(11:00~12:00, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Room 3F)

Mobility Models-Based Performance Evaluation of the History Based Prediction for Routing Protocol for Infrastructure-less Opportunistic Networks

Sanjay K. Dhurandher CAITFS, Division of Information Technology, NSIT, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India dhurandher@rediffmail.com 

Deepak Kumar Sharma Division of Computer Engineering, NSIT, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India dk.sharma1982@yahoo.com 

Isaac Woungang Department of Computer Science, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada iwoungan@scs.ryerson.ca

 

LTE_FICC: A New Mechanism for Provision of QoS and Congestion Control in LTE/LTE-Advanced Networks

Doan B Hoang Doan.Hoang@uts.edu.au 

Fatima Furqan University of Technology, Sydney Fatima.Furqan@student.uts.edu.au

 

Virtual Wireless User: A Practical Design for Parallel MultiConnect Using WiFi Direct in Group Communication  

Marat Zhanikeev, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan 

maratishe@gmail.com

 

Small Cell Enhancement for LTE-Advanced Release 12 and Application of Higher Order Modulation

Qin Mu, Liu Liu, Huiling Jiang, Hidetoshi Kayama

DOCOMO Beijing Communications Laboratories Co.,Ltd.

email:fmu,liul,jiang,kayamag@docomolabs-beijing.com.cn